…that she was going through my diagnosis with me.  I didn’t believe my diagnosis and to this very day, I still don’t believe it. I feel like I’m going through the motions of ‘the standard of care’ when it comes to my diagnosis. 

One thing I do believe and know for sure is I’m blessed and protected from all hurt, harm and danger.  Because of my faith, I can make it one day at a time. Without a test there is no testimony.

Early detection saved my life.  Remember these four things:

  • Self-breast examinations are important
  • Be your own health advocate
  • Don’t just listen to your body – follow up with your physician
  • Worry is meditation in the wrong direction

Be blessed AND bless someone else.

Thank you,

Terena M. Richardson

My Breast Cancer Story: “I Still Don’t Believe It”  was originally published on blackdoctor.org

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